volume 6, issue 4, P421-430 1988
DOI: 10.1016/0730-725x(88)90479-1
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Abstract: We report on a comparative study of two methods of chemical shift imaging which can be used to selectively image fat and water in vivo. Both methods require a B0 field sufficiently homogenous to resolve the methylene and water spectral lines. One method, called CHESS, uses a chemically selective pulse to saturate the unwanted spectral line. The other method, called SECSI, achieves chemical selectivity by using a soft 180 degree RF pulse in forming a spin echo image. Both methods require that the strength of th…

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